Hopefully by now you have seen the Election Guide that was included in your Sunday Antelope Valley Press — if not, be sure to pick up a copy.
Congress has so far failed to provide a new economic relief package. No income for 13.4 million American workers will mean catastrophe conditions for as many US families and a gross failure to improve our heavily depleted economy.
Both of them are highly educated and well seasoned in American law. Amy Coney Barrett and Kamala Harris are on the front step of two highly valued government positions, waiting for high-grade promotions.
Political season is upon us and every day a new mailer gets put in the mailbox, featuring one politician or another telling us why they’re the best man (or woman) for the job.
More than five million acres have burned on the West Coast this year, including a staggering four million in California, where four of the five largest fires ever recorded here started in August and September.
Journalists who watched Wednesday night’s vice presidential debate generally agreed it was an improvement over the presidential voice-over-voice ruckus between Donald Trump and Joe Biden on Sept. 29.
The Washington Post has revealed what a lot of experts believed: North Korean leader Kim Jon Un’s “love letters” to President Donald Trump were used as a smoke screen for a more progress on nuclear weaponry.
President Donald J. Trump, on the evening of Sept. 29, won the word count and former vice president Joe Biden, in speaking directly to the TV camera (and people watching) may have won more hearts and minds of American voters.
According to Bob Woodward’s book, “Rage,” President Donald Trump explained why he didn’t take presidential action to prevent the Coronacrisis loss of lives, which has now topped 200,000.
Today is October 1 and 2020 continues to get stranger by the week. It seems like every time you turn on the TV news or pick up a newspaper, something has happened that’s either unbelievable or unfortunate.
With the city of Palmdale eagerly working to locate the newly formed Space Force headquarters in the city, it’s of interest to know airmen are already being deployed on the Arabian Peninsula.
In a bid to combat climate change and make California the first in the nation to stop sales of cars with internal combustion engines, Gov. Gavin Newsom is calling for a ban on new gasoline-fueled vehicles within 15 years.
As we enter month seven of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control is reverting to its previous guidance about how the virus is transmitted. In fact, it removed language it had posted days earlier, about airborne transmission.
It’s a tough time to be in law enforcement. Amid civil unrest, looting and an overall disrespect for the men and women in uniform, they still show up and do their jobs to the best of their ability.
Most people prefer brevity, the soul of wit. Bob Woodward’s four-letter, interview book title, “Rage” serves that concept but we suggest a subtitle, too: “Do no harm,” the admonition in the physicians’ oath.
Following their alleged success in getting Donald J. Trump elected president of the United States, the Russians are said to be using their tried-and-untrue gimmicks to interfere in America’s next presidential election and, possibly, another chilling system.
President Donald Trump deals in superlatives — particularly when he’s bragging about what a wonderful job he’s doing and how America is towering over other countries around the world.
Coming two days before the painful anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the United States, Sept. 9, was categorized by some political devotees as a major eruption in Donald Trump’s efforts to claim a second four-year term.
Louis DeJoy, who positioned himself as a top Republican power broker in North Carolina, ultimately became head of the U.S. Postal Service. He is now being investigated.
"Help Woodsy spread the word, never be a dirty bird. No matter where you go, you can let some people know to Give a Hoot, Don’t Pollute, never be a dirty bird. In the city or in the woods, help keep America looking good.”
The response to our “Have Your Say” question last week was astounding. This week, we asked whether people thought the federal government should send out a second stimulus check. The response wasn’t nearly as great — we had a total of 25 calls. Unfortunately, eight of those calls were hang ups.
September is here and that means autumn will be here soon. Some of us can’t wait for the season to change and we’re already getting ready for “spooky” season and seeking out everything pumpkin spice.